The Road To Quality Living

The goal of the Institute for Quality in Senior Living (IQSL) is educate as many people as possible about the Senior Living industry and its constant evolution and the enormous demand that looms on the horizon.

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The Reality

Quality of one's life is determined by the resources you have and when it comes to Senior Living, the options are many and overwhelming. Some are very attractive while others may seem distasteful. What's the reality?

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Arm Up With Info

We believe that armed with all the pertinent information, including why decisions are made the way they are made, will help put the Senior and his or her family in more control of the situation.

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The Institute For Quality in Senior Living

Brett Frankenberg, Founder
Institute for Quality in Senior Living

Brett Frankenberg has more than 24 years experience in clinical healthcare as a physical therapist. In addition to a Masters’ degree in Physical Therapy, Mr. Frankenberg also holds a Masters’ degree in Healthcare Administration and a Bachelor’s degree in Biology.

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Brett Frankenberg

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Join us Tuesday, February 27, from 12 to 1 p.m. at the SDCL: Casa de Oro branch for a FREE informational presentation on "The Basics: Memory Loss, …

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Our founder Brett Frankenberg will be representing the 49th Congressional District of California. Looking forward to meeting with Congressman Darrell Issa to discuss the Bold Infrastructure Act to increase funding for research and care support. See MoreSee Less

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How Do You Control Your Destiny in Your Senior Years?  Part 1 of 2

  The image of long walks on the beach at sunset is the stereotypical vision many people have of retirement.  It certainly can happen that way – I know that’s what I’m hoping for!  But how can we make sure that happens?  The answer is to exert control wherever possible.  There are key mechanisms that help people establish and maintain control as they age.  These levers are; financial planning and stability, legal instrumentation, healthcare security, a progressive living plan, social support and mobility.  Understanding how and when to apply these levers are the greatest modicums of control you can pull […]

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Being A Good Healthcare Consumer

The ever shifting healthcare landscape has changed drastically in the past couple of decades and constant change is the only thing you can count on.  The trend is that consumers of healthcare are paying more out of their pocket for healthcare services and health insurance than ever before.  An unforeseen complication can have a devastating impact to most people’s financial stability.  Chronic disease can also have a huge impact.  Never has it been more important to be a good healthcare consumer. The challenge for most people is how to start being an advocate.  That’s where we come in. Healthcare as […]

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Understanding How to Prioritize the Basic Needs of Seniors

Here we take a basic look at human need and then extend that to Senior Living. Many may be familiar with the diagram below commonly known as Maslow’s hierarchy of needs.  Abraham Maslow was an American psychologist who created the diagram.  The purpose is to illustrate the order of which human beings prioritize their needs.  At the bottom represents the most basic of needs beginning with the need to breathe, eat, drink and sleep – the body’s most essential functions.  As the pyramid ascends, we see the needs for safety followed by the emotional needs and then culminating in the […]

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